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Sayonara, fast fox. Mozilla is redesigning its logo.

Mozilla, the non-profit company best known for the Firefox browser and its progressive outlook on online privacy, is giving its fox logo a makeover. The company announced in a blog that it would seek user input on creating a new design system. Post authors Madhava Enros, Sr. Director, Firefox User Experience and Tim Murray, Creative...CONTINUE READING
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Mozilla’s next browser might be controlled by your voice

Firefox maker Mozilla is working on an entirely new type of internet browser: One that’s controlled with your voice.  Because why not? We’re all getting used to talking to Alexa, Siri, and the Google Assistant and asking these digital assistants to tell us information that we’d normally have to type out on a computer or...CONTINUE READING
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Mozilla makes ‘tracking protection’ the default on Firefox for iOS

As the good citizens of the internet become more and more woke as to how little of our activity online is truly private, Mozilla Firefox wants to step up as the browser for privacy-oriented people. Mozilla announced in a blog post on Thursday that default “tracking protection” is rolling out in Firefox for iOS. That...CONTINUE READING
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Mozilla creates Firefox extension to prevent Facebook from tracking you

Facebook tracks its users online, far beyond the app and other services. Given the latest data privacy scandal involving Trump-linked data firm Cambridge Analytica, Mozilla is letting internet users fight back.  SEE ALSO: Mozilla pulls ads from Facebook until Zuck makes good A new browser extension called the “Facebook Container” lets Firefox users isolate their...CONTINUE READING
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Mozilla pulls ads from Facebook until Zuck makes good

Don’t call it a Facebook exodus. At least not yet. Mozilla announced Thursday it would “pause” advertising on Facebook. The Firefox nonprofit company is pulling a Ross from Friends thanks to Facebook’s relationship with Cambridge Analytica, which exposed the data of 50 million Facebook users “without their knowledge or consent.”  SEE ALSO: Everything you need...CONTINUE READING
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